In The Chase, There’s One Thing You Can Be Sure Of

"In baseball, you don't know nuthin'." Yogi Berra's observation of America's pastime is also true of NASCAR's "Chase for the Championship." Just when you think a driver can't be beat, he goes into a nosedive. Just when you think a driver can't find his fanny with both hands, he goes on a tear. It's tempting to think that one of the drivers from Joe Gibbs Racing has it won. Who would blame for betting that way? Matt Kenseth is the flavor of the week just after his win at Richmond. Teammate ...

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NASCAR Odds: Irwin Tools Night Race

The 2015 Sprint Cup season is full of chess moves. One of the most intriguing moves will occur Saturday night during the Irwin Tools night race at Bristol. Oddsmakers have certainly noticed, and you might as well Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. (more…) ...

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NASCAR Recap: Pure Michigan 400

[caption id="attachment_686209" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/joegibbsracing[/caption] So the Pure Michigan was pure something…. Matt Kenseth owned the racing, giving Toyota a win in Michigan. For Kenseth, the extra points will come in handy for the Chase. Here’s why he may not have been the big winner at Michigan International Speedway yetersday. (more…) ...

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NASCAR Recap: Windows 10 400

  [caption id="attachment_686156" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/JoeGibbsRacing[/caption] The fuel duel. There may not be a more polarizing term in NASCAR. Some love this style of racing. Others aren't as fond of the event. Regardless of where you sit on the fence, the Windows 10 400 featured quite the battle, with Matt Kenseth making it work at the end. Here's why the race winner wasn't the only big winner from Pocono. It's our NASCAR recap of the W ...

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What Carl Edwards’ Win Means For Team, JGR

  Did you hear that? That's a collective sigh of relief for Carl Edwards, the 19 team and Joe Gibbs Racing. It's one victory in the scheme of things, but as Edwards himself said, this one is not like the others. The victory accomplishes a great deal. The move to JGR from Roush Fenway Racing didn't necessarily yield instant gratification for the 2008 and 2011 runner-up like it did for Kevin Harvick, when he moved from Richard Childress to Stewart-Haas, or like it did for Matt Kense ...

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